The accident occurred Wednesday morning and involved three vehicles that rear-ended each other in the northbound lanes of Providence Road before Hinkson Bridge, in a construction zone.
James Keown faces an automatic sentence of life in prison without parole.
Columbia police officers serving a narcotics-related search warrant discovered marijuana being used in close proximity to a 4-month-old infant.
During the spring 2008 semester, the Missouri softball team combined for a 3.37 grade-point average, marking the highest team GPA for the softball team since the start of the program in 1975.
Dale and Debbie Tolentino provide a permanent home to exotic animals and a temporary shelter to native Missouri wildlife.
Under a new plan, MU students will be able to attend many sporting events for free. The All-Sports Pass will also be replaced by a new Student Season Ticket Combo.
A water quality sampling in Lake of the Ozarks found five coves with elevated levels of E. coli. A department spokesman said individuals should check with their health department if they want more information, but most importantly they should take precautions when swimming and not drink the water.
A sheet of cookies left in an oven was the cause of a structure fire Tuesday evening at 301 W. Parkway Drive., according to a release issued by the Columbia Fire Department.
With the Mississippi river receding from near-record levels, the Federal Emergency Management Agency opened disaster recovery centers in flooded Clarksville and Winfield on Tuesday.
The park, which is next to Mojo's, will open Friday with a Fourth of July Picnic and will become the site of outdoor music concerts and social events.
The MU Summer Singers make up an eclectic group of past and present MU students and music majors and non-majors alike. The choir takes on challenging pieces and perfects them in the span of just four weeks.
Blunt signed a bill Monday earmarking $5 million for the autism center.
Nicholas T. Sheley, 28, was arrested at a bar about 10 miles north of St. Louis on Tuesday evening when a bartender and a customer recognized him and called police.
About 40,000 DISH Network subscribers around the Columbia and Jefferson city area won’t be able to view KRCG or CBS programming after tonight.
Prosecutors say James Keown was deeply in debt and killed his 31-year-old wife for her life insurance by poisoning her with a chemical found in antifreeze.
The number of closures next year is up from 100 previously planned, a sign the coffee shop operator is hurt by the faltering U.S. economy.
Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder traveled the state Tuesday to promote his proposed ban of elected officials serving as political consultants while they are in office.
The state law that went into effect in January requires gas stations to sell a 10 percent ethanol blend when it is not more expensive than traditional gasoline.
The Boone County Fire Protection District’s 2007 budget audit has been pronounced “clean” by its new independent auditor. In past years, the district has been plagued by sloppy bookkeeping of its steadily increasing budget.
The donation honored the work of former city manager Ray Beck.